June 21, 2017
One of the most commonly used technical indicators is relative strength (RSI). It’s simply a momentum oscillator that measures the speed and change of the price of a stock, an index, an ETF, even currency.
When it moves to or above its 70-line, we have an overbought condition. When it moves to or below its 30-line, we have an oversold condition. Simple enough.Read More
June 16, 2017
Admittedly, some technical patterns have bizarre names.
Spot them in time though, and you stand to do explosively well. One of those is the cup and handle – one of the oldest chart patterns you’ll find. It’s also one of the more reliable of technical indicators, too.Read More
June 14, 2017
Simplicity is always the key to success.
Sometimes, all it takes is drawing lines on a chart.
In fact, it helped us catch another one of gold’s most profitable moves.Read More
June 9, 2017
There are still traders that refuse to subscribe to technical analysis.
But after 20 years of using it, I can tell you from experience, it works beautifully.
In fact, it’s an important tool because it chronicles price trends.
By being away of those trends, you can better react to market changes and better manage your risk. It can also help you time your trade. And, if you can successfully time your trade, you become more disciplined and successful as a trader.
June 7, 2017
Gold never fails to deliver profits.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a bull or a bear, if you know what to look for you’ll make money up to 80% of the time. The best part – it’s insanely easy. While many folks run to gold only as a safe haven, smart investors jump in and out every time the herd overreacts to just about anything.Read More
June 2, 2017
Technical analysis has been discounted by a good number of traders.
They don’t believe that studying wiggles and lines on a chart can uncover much, if anything. Instead, they like to rely only on fundamental analysis and have numbers predict the potential future of their investments. And that’s fine if you want to wait years for an investment to pay off.Read More
May 31, 2017
It was an occurrence so rare, we hadn’t seen it in 24 years, we noted mid-May 2017.
The infamous fear gauge – the VIX – had fallen to an unusual low of less than 10 – something we hadn’t seen since December 1993. No one thought anything of it. Markets continued to run higher. And no one, it seems, was paying attention. But we were.
May 26, 2017
After 20 years of trading, I may think I’ve seen it all.
Then, some one surprises me with something so ridiculous even I’m left banging my head against the wall. The other day, an old friend told me he only uses relative strength (RSI) to tell him when to get in and out of trades.
“Just RSI,” he said. “I swear by it.”Read More